Trait knowledge forms a common structure across social cognition (materials, data, analysis)

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Description: This is an open repository for the data and analysis code used in the manuscript 'Trait knowledge forms a common structure across social cognition'. Results may be immediately reproduced through this data and corresponding Jupyter notebooks. In this manuscript, we argue and find evidence that the common structure of models across social cognition (e.g., warmth and competence, trustworthiness and dominance) emerges due to perceiver social conceptual knowledge regarding how personality traits correlate in others. Perceivers also learn these conceptual associations via social perception. See the manuscript and OSF Wiki for more details. Please cite the original work if you wish to use or publish with the data herein.

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Source of data: All social perceptual and conceptual trait space data was collected by the authors via Amazon Mechanical Turk. Actual personality trait data was taken from an open dataset available on the Open Science Framework (Johnson, 2014; https://osf.io/tbmh5/). Johnson, J. A. (2014). Measuring thirty facets of the Five Factor Model with a 120-item public domain inventory: Development o...

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    This is a preprint of this manuscript, version dated June 11th, 2018 (date will updated with preprint, old versions documented by OSF). Project data a...

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